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Ancestors (and descendant) of Joseph Long

William Long
1693-????
James Long
± 1722-< 1754
Rose?
????-

Joseph Long
1750-< 1810

Joseph Long
1772-1854
Henry Long
1773-????
Gabriel Long
1774-< 1850
Luke Long
1790-????

Household of Capt. Joseph Long

Child(ren):

  1. Joseph Long  1772-1854 
  2. Henry Long  1773-???? 
  3. Gabriel Long  1774-< 1850 
  4. Reuben R. Long  -> 1850 
  5. Micajah (Malachi) Long  ± 1778-1855 
  6. Luke Long  1790-????


Notes by Capt. Joseph Long

NOT PROVEN HE IS THE SON OF THIS JAMES LONG.

Per Becky Chaney, 25 Mar 2000: Joseph entered 200 A of land on the Waccamaw River below the mouth of Boat Creek, bordering Cain Swamp and Mrs. Foster on Mar 5, 1800 and 200 A on Brister Creek which included White Oak Island below Big Bat on Sep 10, 1800
BLADEN COUNTY entries 1778/80 ...
(1510D) pg 154/55 Fourth-- Joseph Long enters 100 a on both sides of Bear Swamp including the watering hole and Reuben Long's improvements " I have left money and tickets for this entry: also money to alter John Branches entry of 175 acres dated Oct 23 1784 and No 165 into the name of James Brice, has taken oath of Allegiance. Also to alter Thomas Moore's name into Archibald McGill, Wm Brown will do (sic), I saw Moore's receipt for the money paid he also told me to a " (sic)

Per Susan FD Thomas m 30 Jan 2009:
.....I know the elders were associated with the Frinks and Gause's in BC, last entry I have for Capt Joseph Long was he was protecting the ammunition factory Frink/Gause had set up at Calabash, it got blowed by the Tories, there isn't another mention of our Capt Joseph Long after that, then he is in Pireway 1800, beside Thomas Frink, then Reuben sells the land in that grant in question and he disappears............the cow thing too, MAYBE our Long elder be Macajer or Capt Joseph married a Frink gal....maybe they were prior associates up north, but there is a STRONGER connection to Thomas Frink then any other family there at the timeframe, think of it, you got a deed with a Simmons witnessing or like always early Frinks, later Frink/Faulk, then the Gore's/Simmons show up witnessing and such....another thing is our Capt Joseph served with the HC reserves and Peter Horry and Marion, not the Wilmington units or NC, although that state line moved, so Pireway was SC one time, but most who lived there served out of Wilmington, the same though was to Jonathan Gore II that died Montrose RW, he was under the SC unit....so this may not make a difference, but may......all I got in stone.... it's enough to continue the search for the Frink/Long connection to me....

Military: RW

Vol I 1782/1797, Brunswick Co., NC
Wm Gore ordered that the following hands work on the Wagamaw River from the Province Line (SC line) to Jack Hills
Peter Portenvlent
John Lay Jr
Nathan Ellis
James D Ellis
John Beck
Jesse Etheridge
Joseph Long
Jonathan Wingate
James Sellers
Joel Hill
William Renelds (Reynolds)
Etheldred Bosman
Josiah Bosman
Joseph Hudson
Benjamin Millican
Abraham Bessent
William Wingate
James Thomas
Phillip Thomas
Ordered that Jonathan Wingate, Peter Porteviet, Joel Hill app. overseers to work said River dividing the distance between the hands

CENSUS
1800 Brunswick Co., NC
Joseph 1 m 10/16 1m45+ 1f 45 + this Joseph was born >1755 and wife, one boy b. 1784/90
Joseph was listed in the1800 Brunswick Co., NC census, pg 19a:
unk. Male b. 1784-90 (1M 10-16) and in the 1810 census with unk. male b. between 1780-90.

The 1800 census shows three Longs living side by side. Reuben was born calculated 1755-1774 and had two daughters and a wife in 1800. Per Becky Chaney

Per Linda Shaw to Susan Thomas, May 2000: His name was Joseph James A. Long b. 1750.
Per "People of Columbus County, NC" Joseph is the father and James is his father. Joseph James Anderson Long maybe from the South Carolina line. Richard Long,, gentleman came to Charleston 1700.

Columbus Co., NC Court Record Term 1834:
State Vs Henry Long, Joseph Long Jr & Joseph Long Sr.
Jury finds the defs guilty as charged in the bill of ind't.
Ord. that Henry Long and Joseph Long, Jr each be put into the Stocks for one hour after which they are to be imprisoned without bail or main prize for five days computed to commence on tomorrow & that they stand so committed until payment of all cost & until each of them shall enter into recognizance before James Smith in sum of $100 with good Security for their good behaviour for 12 months & that Joseph Long, Sr be fined $10.
The imprisonment of Henry Long & Joseph Long, Jr. be & the same remitted by order of Court.

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